There are a number of basic rights that are protected under the Human Rights Act. You can start proceedings against an authority that has breached your rights, by bringing a free standing action. This is achieved by way of judicial review or in other legal proceedings involving a public authority in which you may already be involved. The following are examples of Human Rights under the act.
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